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There are a number of basic rights that are protected under the Human Rights Act. You can start proceedings against an authority that has breached your rights, by bringing a free standing action. This is achieved by way of judicial review or in other legal proceedings involving a public authority in which you may already be involved. The following are examples of Human Rights under the act.

  1. The right to privacy
  2. The right to know
  3. The rights of suspects
  4. The rights of defendants
  5. The rights of prisoners
  6. The rights of victims and witnesses
  7. The rights of peaceful protest
  8. The right of free expression
  9. The right of gypsies and travellers
  10. The rights of children and young people
  11. The rights of the bereaved

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